GMA Integrated News

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GMA Integrated News
GMA Integrated News logo since 2022.
Division ofGMA Network, Inc.
CountryPhilippines
Area servedWorldwide
Key people
  • Oliver Victor B. Amoroso (Senior VP and Head, GMA Integrated News, Regional TV and Synergy)
  • Grace dela Pena-Reyes (Consultant, News)
  • Michelle Seva (Deputy Head, News Programs and Specials)
  • Glenn Allona (First Vice President, Radio Operations)
  • John Manalastas (Editor-in-Chief, GMA News Online)
HeadquartersGMA Network Center, EDSA cor. Timog Ave., Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Former names
  • RBS News Department
  • GMA Radio-Television News
  • GMA Rainbow Satellite News
  • GMA News and Public Affairs
SloganAng News Authority ng Filipino
(lit.'The News Authority of the Filipino')
Mas malaking misyon, mas malawak na paglilingkod sa bayan
(lit.'Bigger mission, wider service to the nation')
LanguageTagalog main
English
Websitewww.gmanetwork.com/news

GMA Integrated News (formerly known as RBS News Department, GMA Radio-Television News and GMA Rainbow Satellite News; and later GMA News and Public Affairs), is the news division of the Philippine media company GMA Network, Inc.

The division generates news output for the company's media outlets, including GMA Network's television, radio, and digital media platforms.[1]

History[edit]

GMA News and Public Affairs logo with the "Serbisyong Totoo" tagline, an older logo as well.
GMA News wordmark from 2010 to 2022.

Established 1950 as the radio news and commentary division of Metro Manila radio station DZBB, GMA-IN is one of the oldest news and public affairs departments in any Philippine media network. Thru its long existence, it pioneered trends in radio and TV news gathering and current affairs production.

In October 2022, GMA Public Affairs was split into a separate division, and GMA News was subsequently renamed "GMA Integrated News" under the leadership of Oliver Victor Amoroso. The rebranding is intended to emphasise the combined resources of its television, digital, radio, and regional platforms as a singular, multi-platform operation.[2]

Campaigns[edit]

IM Ready[edit]

IM Ready or IMReady is a public safety and preparedness campaign of GMA News and Public Affairs launched on 2010. It is the country's first 24/7, one-stop shop for public safety information.[3]

IMReady was forged through a partnership between GMA and several government agencies including DOST-PAGASA and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). It also draws support from GMA's collaboration with Google and Waze.[4]

In 2014, GMA New Media, the technology and digital arm of GMA launched the mobile application IMReady wherein users can see real-time information and updates including weather, traffic situations, and news alerts. It is available on iOS and Android phones.[5]

As part of the rebranding, the IMReady Center was renamed as GMA Integrated News Weather Center in 2023, focusing on weather forecasting with an 'expanded' roster of forecasters.[6]

Think Before You Click[edit]

The social media responsibility campaign "Think Before You Click" by GMA News and Public Affairs was spearheaded by former GMA Vice President for Professional Development and journalist Howie Severino, reminding netizens to be responsible with every click they make on social media or anywhere online.[7][8] The campaign was honored with the 2011 Civility Star Award by the Civility Counts Project; and was awarded with the Safe Surfer Award in the 2012 Globe Tatt Awards.[9][10]

Programs[edit]

Currently aired TV programs[edit]

GMA Network

GTV

Regional TV programs (GMA Regional TV)

Defunct TV programs[edit]

Defunct regional newscasts[edit]

Defunct regional public affairs shows[edit]

  • Arangkada (GMA 6 Iloilo)—rebranded as GMA RTV Early Edition
  • Buena Mano Balita (GMA 7 Cebu)—rebranded as GMA Regional TV Live!
  • Isyu Ngayon
    • Isyu Karon Socsksargen (GMA 8 General Santos)
    • Isyu Karon Southern Mindanao (GMA 5 Davao)
    • Isyu Karon Northern Mindanao (GMA 12 and 35 Cagayan de Oro)
    • Isyu Karon Central Visayas (GMA 7 Cebu)
    • Isyu Mindanao (GMA 5 Davao, GMA 35 Cagayan de Oro and GMA General Santos)
    • Isyu Ngayon North Central Luzon (GMA 10 Dagupan)
    • Isyu Ngonian Bicolandia (GMA 7 Naga and GMA 12 Legazpi)
    • Isyu Subong Ilonggo (GMA 6 Iloilo)
    • Isyu Subong Negrense (GMA 13 and 30 Bacolod)—rebranded as One Western Visayas
  • Isyu ug Istorya (GMA 5 Davao, GMA 35 Cagayan de Oro and GMA 8 General Santos)
  • Primera Balita (GMA 10 Dagupan)—rebranded as Mornings With GMA Regional TV
  • Una Ka BAI (GMA 5 Davao)—rebranded as At Home With GMA RTV

Online[edit]

Digital programs and content published online under GMA Integrated News Digital and GMA Online Exclusives.

Newscast

  • Stand For Truth (YouTube)
  • @gmanews #tweetcap (Twitter)
  • #GMAnewsfeed (Facebook)[12]

Podcast

  • The Howie Severino Podcast
  • Surprise Guest with Pia Arcangel
  • The Mangahas Interviews
  • Share Ko Lang with Dr. Anna
  • Updated with Nelson Canlas

Content

  • ATM (Adventure.Taste.Moments) (YouTube)
  • GMA NewsFeed (YouTube)
  • Make Your Day (YouTube)
  • Need to Know (YouTube)
  • Next Now (YouTube)
Specials
  • Adulting with Atom Araullo (YouTube)
  • All Access with Joyce Pring (YouTube)
  • ExB Rules (YouTube)
  • Fact or Fake with Joseph Morong (YouTube)
  • #FYI with Richard Heydarian (YouTube)
  • #Goals with Gabbi Garcia (YouTube)
  • Pinoy Christmas In Our Hearts (YouTube)
  • TasteMNL with Arra San Agustin (YouTube)
  • Thousanaire with Reese Tuazon (YouTube)

Drama

  • Zero Kilometers Away (YouTube)
  • In My Dreams (YouTube)

Current personalities[edit]

Flagship news anchors[edit]

GMA Network and GTV[edit]

Presenter Program/s Notes
Arnold Clavio Unang Hirit, Saksi
Susan Enriquez Unang Hirit, Dapat Alam Mo!
Mariz Umali Unang Hirit
Ivan Mayrina Unang Hirit, 24 Oras Weekend
Mel Tiangco 24 Oras Also part of GMA Entertainment Group as host of Magpakailanman
Vicky Morales
Emil Sumangil
Pia Arcangel 24 Oras Weekend, Saksi
Raffy Tima Balitanghali
Connie Sison
Kim Atienza Dapat Alam Mo! Also part of GMA Entertainment Group as co-host of TiktoClock
Atom Araullo State of the Nation
Maki Pulido

GMA Regional TV[edit]

Presenter Program/s Notes
Cris Zuñiga One North Central Luzon, Regional TV News
Ace Medrano Balitang Southern Tagalog
Kate Delovieres Balitang Bicolandia
Cecille Quibod-Castro Regional TV News
Alan Domingo Balitang Bisdak
Gerthrode Charlotte Tan One Western Visayas
Adrian Prietos
Sarah Hilomen-Velasco One Mindanao, Regional TV News
Cyril Chaves One Mindanao
Efren Mamac
Jestoni Jumamil

Super Radyo DZBB 594kHz[edit]

Presenter Program Notes
Joel Reyes Zobel Super Balita sa Umaga Nationwide, Saksi sa Dobol B, Konsyumer ATBP.
Melo del Prado Melo del Prado sa Super Radyo DZBB, Super Balita sa Umaga Nationwide
Rowena Salvacion Saksi sa Dobol B, Dobol Weng sa Dobol B
Arnold Clavio One on One: Walang Personalan
Connie Sison One on One: Walang Personalan, Pinoy M.D. sa DZBB
Susan Enriquez Usap Tayo, Super Kwentuhan with Mark and Susan
Mark Salazar
Weng Dela Pena Ano'ng Say Nyo?, Dobol Weng sa Dobol B, The Secret of Health
Orly Trinidad Saksi sa Dobol B, Super Balita sa Tanghali Nationwide, Buena Manong Balita
Lala Roque Super Balita sa Tanghali Nationwide, Bahay at Buhay
Toni Aquino Sumasapuso, Super Balita sa Umaga Sunday Edition
Rene Sta. Cruz Hataw sa Hapon, Bigtime Balita
Howard Medina The Longtall Howard Medina Show
Fernan Gulapa Umaga Na, Balita Na Saturday Edition, Sunday Gwapo
Kathy San Gabriel S.O.S. Serbisyo On the Spot, Super Balita sa Umaga Saturday Edition
Emil Sumangil Super Balita sa Umaga Saturday Edition
Henry Atuelan Riding-in-tandem sa Balita
Shirley Escalante Super Balita sa Gabi
Carlo Dayto Radyo Romantiko

Journalists and correspondents[edit]

Main Roster[edit]

Special correspondents

Entertainment

  • Nelson Canlas
  • Aubrey Carampel
  • Lhar Santiago
  • Cata Tibayan

GMA Regional TV[edit]

  • Denise Abante
  • Kent Abrigana
  • Abbey Caballero
  • Jessica Calinog
  • Cyril Chaves
  • Krissa Dapitan
  • Gab de Luna
  • Kate Delovieres
  • Alan Domingo
  • Fe Marie Dumaboc
  • Jandi Esteban
  • Jasmin Gabriel-Galban
  • Paul Hernandez
  • Ivy Hernando
  • Sarah Hilomen-Velasco
  • Claire Lacanilao
  • Efren Mamac
  • Rosie Nieva
  • Dawn Jimenez
  • Rudje Mar Sucaldito
  • Julius Belaca-ol
  • Joecel Huesca
  • Mark Reggie Abella
  • Marjorie Padua
  • Hazel Alviar
  • Jerick Pasilao
  • Glam Calicdan-Dizon
  • Orchids Lapingcao
  • Earl John Balungay
  • Cris Novelo
  • Thess Ordales
  • Aileen Pedreso
  • Joanne Ponsoy
  • Adrian Prietos
  • Cecille Quibod-Castro
  • Zen Quilantang
  • Rgil Relator
  • Lou Anne Mae Rondina
  • John Sala
  • Nikko Sereno
  • Russel Simorio
  • James Paolo Yap
  • Cris Zuñiga

Super Radyo DZBB 594kHz[edit]

  • Paolo Villena
  • Carlo Mateo
  • Mao dela Cruz
  • Manny Vargas
  • Ralph Obina
  • Kaye Morales
  • Glen Juego
  • Tuesday Sagun-Niu
  • Benjie Liwanag
  • Nimfa Ravelo
  • Isa Avendaño-Umali
  • Allan Gatus
  • Zen Obanil
  • Luisito Santos
  • Sam Nielsen
  • Olan Bola
  • Rod Vega
  • Mark Makalalad

Segment Presenters[edit]

Entertainment and variety

Legal

Sports

  • Martin Javier
  • Anton Roxas
  • Martin Antonio

Weather (GMA Integrated News Weather Center)

Miscellaneous

  • Atty. Ruth Castelo
  • Rhoda Castro-Caliwara

References[edit]

  1. ^ "GMA Integrated News vows to fulfill bigger mission, wider public service". GMA News. August 7, 2023. Retrieved August 8, 2023.
  2. ^ "MULTIMEDIA NEWS LEADER IN THE PHILIPPINES: GMA News is now GMA Integrated News". GMA News Online. Archived from the original on December 15, 2022. Retrieved December 15, 2022.
  3. ^ "GMA Network launches 'IM Ready' portal for public safety". www.gmanetwork.com. February 28, 2014. Archived from the original on April 21, 2014. Retrieved April 19, 2023.
  4. ^ https://m.facebook.com/notes/imready/our-story/1303491863093678/ Archived April 20, 2023, at the Wayback Machine[user-generated source]
  5. ^ "GMA offers free download of IMReady mobile app". May 15, 2014. Archived from the original on December 4, 2022. Retrieved May 14, 2020.
  6. ^ "Ang News Authority ng Filipino: GMA Integrated News Dominates All Media". www.gmanetwork.com. January 4, 2023 [December 22, 2022]. Archived from the original on December 22, 2022. Retrieved April 19, 2023.
  7. ^ Lacamiento, Grace Melanie L. (July 10, 2016). "Netizens urged: "Think before you click"". The Freeman. Archived from the original on April 20, 2023. Retrieved April 19, 2023.
  8. ^ "Ang 'Think Before You Click' campaign ng GMA Network" [The ‘Think Before You Click’ campaign of GMA Network]. GMA News Online (in Filipino). July 16, 2011. Archived from the original on May 5, 2021. Retrieved April 19, 2023.
  9. ^ "Kapuso campaign receives Civility Star Award". The Philippine Star. September 26, 2011. Archived from the original on April 20, 2023. Retrieved April 20, 2023.
  10. ^ "GMA News' 'Think Before You Click' wins in the 2012 Globe Tatt Awards". GMA News Online. July 5, 2012. Archived from the original on April 20, 2023. Retrieved April 19, 2023.
  11. ^ "'GMA Integrated News Bulletin' continues to update Filipinos with important news developments beginning April 1". Manila Bulletin. April 1, 2023. Archived from the original on April 20, 2023. Retrieved April 19, 2023.
  12. ^ Montenegro, Bea (May 8, 2015). "GMA News pioneers Facebook-only newscast #GMAnewsfeed". GMA News Online. GMA Network, Inc. GMA News and Public Affairs. Archived from the original on November 5, 2016. Retrieved November 5, 2017.

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